Infographic: The Rise of Americans With No Religion- GOOD Partnerships and Column Five contributed in Religion and Mindfulness
Today, one in five in the American public doesn’t identify with any religion, the highest share since Pew Research Center began this poll in 2007. Who makes up this group, and what implications does the growing trend have for secularization, politics, and spirituality?

Infographic: The Rise of Americans With No Religion
GOOD Partnerships and Column Five contributed in Religion and Mindfulness

Today, one in five in the American public doesn’t identify with any religion, the highest share since Pew Research Center began this poll in 2007. Who makes up this group, and what implications does the growing trend have for secularization, politics, and spirituality?

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  15. uncloudedjoy said: but why aren’t other religions besides Christianity included in this?
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